AIPAC expresses support for new sanctions if Iran violates interim nuclear deal

By REUTERS
November 26, 2013 01:51

 
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The American Israel Public Affairs Committee issued a memo to supporters on Monday raising doubts about many terms of the interim nuclear agreement reached with Iran, including that it allows Tehran to continue uranium enrichment.

But the pro-Israel advocacy group did not call for new sanctions to be imposed right away. AIPAC said it supported legislation that would allow sanctions to take effect if Iran violates the interim pact or does not agree to an "acceptable" comprehensive deal.

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